|⊡ Understand the key parts of an argument||98|
|⊡ Apply a value analysis to assess your argument||98|
|⊡ Use the value analysis checklist||102|
|⊡ Work with three modes of persuasion||105|
|⊡ Remember deductive reasoning||106|
|⊡ Use inductive reasoning if your reader has time to spare||107|
|⊡ Use the proof analysis checklist for rhetorical arguments||108|
|⊡ Use proofs of consequence often||110|
|⊡ Apply proofs of example carefully||111|
|⊡ Use proofs of authority cautiously||112|
|⊡ Select proofs of definition sparingly||113|
|⊡ Avoid poor or false arguments||115|
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Publication information: Book title: Writing at Work: How to Write Clearly, Effectively and Professionally. Contributors: Neil James - Author. Publisher: Allen & Unwin. Place of publication: Crows Nest, N.S.W.. Publication year: 2007. Page number: 97.
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